The 2014 White House Easter Egg Roll

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Today, President Obama and the First Lady welcomed more than 30,000 guests to the White House South Lawn for the 136th annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

This year’s theme was “Hop into Healthy, Swing into Shape,” which promotes the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative to help kids grow up healthy and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. The day's activities included live music performances, activity centers, cooking stations, storytelling, and, of course, Easter egg rolling.

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Student Loan Borrowers Struggle When Co-Signers Die Or Go Bankrupt

WASHINGTON, April 22 (Reuters) – The U.S. consumer financial watchdog warned on Tuesday that some student loan borrowers could be thrown into default if relatives who co-signed their loans die or declare bankruptcy.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said in a new report published on its website that many private student lenders stipulate that the balance of a loan will come due if a parent, grandparent or other co-signer becomes unable to share responsibility for the loan.

This means the borrower may be automatically put into default, even if he or she has been making payments on time up to that point, the bureau said.

“Borrowers need to be aware that these defaults can seriously impair their credit profile, making it harder to buy a home, start a small business and otherwise contribute to the economy,” said Rohit Chopra, the bureau’s student loans ombudsman.

He said the report was based on complaints submitted by borrowers, and regulators do not know how common automatic defaults are in the broader private student loan market.

Richart Hunt, chief executive of the Consumer Bankers Association, said in an emailed statement that his group had not heard of lenders placing borrowers into default when their co-signer died or declared bankruptcy and thought it was likely a rare occurrence.

Tuesday’s report is the latest in a series of incremental efforts by the consumer bureau, which was created by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law, to shine a light on potential pitfalls in the private student loan market.

The bureau has declared its intention to supervise the biggest student loan servicers. It also has highlighted differences between private loans and more carefully regulated government-backed student loans.

Federal loans almost never require another person to sign on, Chopra said. In contrast, more than 90 percent of private loans in 2011 were co-signed by parents, grandparents or others.

While regulators do not know how common automatic defaults are, Chopra said, the bureau heard about the problem from borrowers at various stages of paying back their loans.

Borrowers should check with their lenders to see if they can release their co-signers from responsibility, the report said. Many creditors say they allow this, but borrowers still have found it difficult to get parents or grandparents released, Chopra said.

The report said lenders should review their own policies as well. Placing responsible borrowers into default could cause creditors to lose out on income from interest paid on the loans, or it could damage their reputations, the bureau said.

“It seems that private student lenders and servicers may not always be acting in their own self-interest by accelerating balances and placing loans in default,” the report said.

The report also suggested lenders allow borrowers to find a new co-signer in times of turmoil, or give them time to apply for a new loan or refinance the old one. (Reporting by Emily Stephenson; Editing by Steve Orlofsky)

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How Recycling Will Help The World’s Poor Earn Money, Access To 3-D Printers, More

Two Canadian entrepreneurs may have discovered a way to simultaneously tackle the issues of poverty and plastic pollution.

Shaun Frankson and David Katz, from Victoria, British Columbia, have started a company called The Plastic Bank which aims to capitalize on man power to help clean up the planet, Mother Nature Network reported.

David Katz, president of The Plastic Bank, says that pound for pound, plastic is more valuable than steel. The issue, however, is finding a way to sort the plastic for recycling.

In 2012, 32 million tons of plastic waste were produced, and just 9 percent of that figure was collected for recycling, according to the EPA.

The Plastic Bank plans to mobilize the world’s poor to help sort plastic, and in return will offer them food, clothing, tools and even access to 3-D printer services so they can manufacture things they need.

Almost half the world’s population lives in poverty, so really half the world is being underutilized,” co-founder Shaun Frankson told CHEK News. “And it’s not that it’s anything to do with the people, they are smart, talented, creative people, but they just live in such a disadvantage.”

The official launch takes place next month in Peru and Colombia where the first sorting and recycling centers will be located, according to the company’s website. The company hopes to someday see plastic banks in communities all over the world.

“If I can reveal the value inside people and reveal the value inside plastic, then I’m really solving both issues at the same time,” Katz told CHEK News. “And I can take someone and give them the opportunity to rise from poverty by collecting and cleaning the oceans.”

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Business School Deans Meet to Discuss Best Practices for a 21st Century Workplace

White House senior advisors meet with business school deans in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, April 16, 2014.

White House senior advisors meet with business school deans in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, April 16, 2014.

As part of the lead up to the White House Summit on Working Families, we have been seeking input from a wide variety of stakeholders to identify best practices for developing workplaces that work for all Americans and better meet the needs of women and working families. We did not think this goal could be achieved without thinking of the business leaders of tomorrow, and that is why today, we met with a group of deans from our nation’s leading business schools to discuss best practices for business schools that can better prepare their students for the increasing importance of women in the labor force and the prevalence of employees with families where all parents work.

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The Education Being Provided To This Group Of Students Is Absolutely ‘Inadequate,’ Says Study

The education provided to young inmates in the juvenile justice system is grossly inadequate and generally ineffective, according to a report released Thursday.

The report from the Southern Education Foundation, which promotes educational quality in Southern states, looked at the educational progress by students during confinement in the juvenile justice system. The report, titled “Just Learning,” found that the inmate students generally received a substandard education, even though learning may have had a positive impact on their lives and reduced their chances of recidivism.

According to 2009 Department of Education data used in the study, students enrolled in juvenile justice education systems for more than 90 days generally “failed to make any significant improvement in learning and academic achievement.“ Additionally, “less than half of these students in the age range for attending high school earned one or more course credits attending state juvenile justice schools across the nation,” the study says.

“The juvenile justice education programs that serve hundreds of thousands of students are characterized by low expectations, inadequate supports to address student needs, and ineffective instruction and technology,” Steve Suitts, vice president of the Southern Education Foundation and author of the study, said in a press release. “Students come out of the juvenile justice system in worse shape than when they entered, struggling to return to school or get their lives back on track.”

Approximately 70,000 students were confined in juvenile justice systems on any given day in 2010. More than 60 percent were black or Hispanic, and 85 percent were male. About 37 percent had committed a crime against another person, and a significant number had committed a crime against property. About one-third of students in juvenile justice residential facilities were there for minor reasons, including being unruly and breaking underage laws.

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Many of these students have emotional or health problems that affect their ability to learn. According to 2010 data, 37 percent of incarcerated youth had visual, hearing, or dental problems, 30 percent had experienced physical or sexual abuse, 72 percent had issues with drugs and alcohol, and 45 percent had problems paying attention at school or work. However, in an education system that is decentralized, disorganized and rarely prioritized, the needs of these students often were failed.

The education provided to students in the custody of the juvenile justice system can vary by county, Suitts told The Huffington Post over the phone. Sometimes, students are bused to local schools for special classes. Other times, teachers come to them in the state-run facilities where they are in custody.

The students’ educational records, including information on special education needs, psychological needs and prior grades, often get lost in the shuffle, said Suitts. However, the main reason students fail to learn while incarcerated, Suitts said, is because the juvenile justice system simply does not prioritize education.

“The juvenile justice system does not see education its primary function,” Suitts said. “If you were to talk to any juvenile justice commissioner or agency head, they would talk about education — but not say that’s a primary function … There’s so much money spent on confinement, but so little on getting these kids effectively educated.”

Because students in the custody of the state are not subject to standardized tests, there’s a dearth of information about their educational progress, and little accountability for their learning, Suitts said.

“We do need some kind of tests, then followed by support,” said Suitts. “We need to be able to figure out where these kids stand on the spectrum of education, what are their needs, what do we supply, how do we make sure the system supplies those things.”

The report recommends juvenile justice systems be subjected to state standards for teaching and learning, that they collect more data about students’ educational needs and progress, and that they develop individualized education plans for each student. The recommendations would save states a great deal of money, according to the study:

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

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American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

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Why We Trust Strangers More Than Our Friends

Humans are trusting creatures, sort of.

In the collective sense, our society runs on trust.

I’m often stunned by how often we place our very lives in the hands of strangers.

Whenever I see a jogger blithely running along the side of the road with their earbuds in as the cars whiz by, I want to pull off the road and say, “Do you even realize what you’re doing? You are trusting me, distracted, overly-tired me, with your life. You don’t even know me, yet you’re counting on me to stay in my lane and pay attention. Do you realize that you are just one distracted cell phone conversation away from certain death?”

Of course, I’m driving amongst hundreds of 40-ton trucks that could just as easily crush my small vehicle. The very act of driving is an act of trust. We trust that the other drivers understand the rules of the road and will follow them. We trust them not to be drunk or wigged out on drugs. We trust them to stop at red lights, stay on the right side of the road and to not make U-turns on the interstate. When someone violates the collective trust, we’re stunned. Yet, we get right back into our cars and trust again.

Our lives hinge on trust. We trust airlines to train their pilots. We trust grocery stores to inspect their food. We trust cities to inspect their bridges.

One might argue that it’s forced trust, because we have laws and pay people to enforce them. But, there aren’t enough police officers and elevator inspectors in the world to monitor every situation. A functioning society depends on trust.

My daughter Elizabeth McLeod says, “It’s calculated risk, because you don’t really have any other options. The other person might not obey the rules of the road, but I have to get to work, so I’m willing to take the risk.”

And 99.9 percent of the time, it works.

We get on the plane, eat the food and step out onto the bridge without even thinking about it. If we paused to consider how many times we place our lives in the hands of strangers, we would go mad.

Elizabeth, a college student who is clearly more insightful than I was at 21, says, “It’s easier to look at a statistic like one in 75 drivers is drunk, and trust the odds, than it is to look at another person and say, ‘I trust you with my life.’”

We trust strangers with our lives every single day. Yet why, in a society that functions on trust, are we so often mistrustful of the people that we actually know?

We second guess our colleagues’ motives. We wonder if our kid’s teacher really cares. We’re quick to assume malice — or at the very least, selfishness — when our spouse forgets to do something.

We’ll trust an unknown airline pilot to keep us safe at 30,000 feet, but heaven forbid we give our partner or neighbor the benefit of the doubt when they’re having a bad day.

What would happen if we started trusting individuals the same way we trust strangers? What if we assumed that people are going to do the right thing? We might get burned one percent of the time, but think about how much time you would save, and how great it would be to live in a world where people automatically trusted you?

We humans have cast our lot together. Trusting each other is the only way we’re going to get anything done.

Lisa Earle McLeod is a sales leadership consultant. Companies like Apple, Kimberly-Clark and Pfizer hire her to help them create passionate, purpose-driven sales forces.

She is the author of several books including Selling with Noble Purpose: How to Drive Revenue and Do Work That Makes You Proud, a John Wiley & Sons publication. She has appeared on The Today Show, and has been featured in Forbes, Fortune and The Wall Street Journal. She provides executive coaching sessions, strategy workshops, and keynote speeches.

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Veteran Explains How MDMA Helped Heal His Postwar Trauma

MDMA, the illegal raver stimulant commonly known by its street names molly and ecstasy, may be poised to attract a new demographic beyond young people looking to party: Individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

In a Reddit.com Ask Me Anything session Wednesday, Tony Macie, a 27-year-old retired U.S. Army sergeant from Vernon, Vt., praised the drug for helping him conquer his PTSD symptoms when psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and antidepressants couldn’t. He also said the drug, which he took only once as part of a psychiatric study, helped him realize he had been turned into a numb “zombie” because of his addiction to prescription painkillers.

“I use the strong emotion from trauma now as motivation instead of letting it bring me down,” Macie wrote during the Reddit session. “I want to honor the fallen by doing and making change, not by secluding and numbing myself out.”

Macie took MDMA through a clinical trial conducted by psychiatrist Michael Mithoefer, and his wife, psychiatric nurse Ann Mithoefer, in Charleston, S.C. The couple has tested the effects of MDMA on dozens of patients. Like other researchers who use illegal drugs in their studies, Mithoefer has approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Drug Enforcement Administration for the research.

Under the supervision of the Mithoefers, Macie was given a dose of MDMA while listening to music. Soon, he said his normally hyper-vigilant mind, a souvenir from two tours in Iraq, began to calm.

He stayed in the state of relaxed bliss for about an hour before his traumatic war memories began to resurface. The Mithoefers talked with Macie about whatever came up. The MDMA, he said, kept the therapy session flowing smoothly.

Macie explained the session in detail on Reddit:

After about an hour of just relaxing and being in the present is when memories started to come up. For me if I tried to push them away I would feel anxious, but if I dealt with it and processed the memory, I would have a wave of pleasure come over my body. I believe that the MDMA was showing me how to deal with my trauma and also that it is more beneficial for me to face trauma head on than to try and ignore it or suppress it. I had a lot of powerful realization that day.

Mithoefer is affiliated with the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, a nonprofit research group. He published his first study about positive effects MDMA can have on subjects who suffer from depression and PTSD in 2010. He described the benefits of his treatments in an email to HuffPost.

“MDMA-assisted psychotherapy, in our early studies, appears to allow people to revisit trauma in a therapeutic setting without being overwhelmed by emotions, but also without being cut off from emotions,” Mithoefer wrote in the email. “This can allow them to process trauma in a way they had not been able to previously.”

MDMA, which stands for 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine, was created by Merck in 1912 and was meant to be used as a blood clotting agent. Some U.S. psychiatrists embraced it in the 1970s because of its purported ability to allow patients to be more communicative and to achieve insights about their own problems, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The FDA has never approved the drug for use outside research studies.

The informal psychiatric use all but stopped in 1985, when the DEA classified it as a Schedule I drug, with no medical use and a high potential for abuse. But since the prohibition, regulators have allowed a few legal labs to continue producing MDMA for research.

Research into MDMA’s potential to treat symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and even autism are popping up around the country. A trial at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, for instance, will test MDMA on high-functioning autistic adults. Researchers in Northern California are investigating whether MDMA can reduce anxiety in patients facing death, reports the Los Angeles Times. Researchers are also looking into LSD, a Schedule I hallucinogenic drug, for its effects on treating anxiety and alcoholism.

Despite its potential for therapy, MDMA is not without risks, which can include fatal hyperthermia and brain damage.

Macie emphasized that he doesn’t recommend MDMA for recreational abuse. He said he wishes all veterans who struggle with PTSD could have the option to be part of an MDMA research trial.

He also has a new mission: To speak out about his experience in the hopes of advancing change. “Ultimately I’d like to see the VA look into this as a tool for veterans, so people with PTSD who are treatment resistant to other things can have this as an option,” Macie told HuffPost.

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Conflicting models of selfhood have become central to debates over modern medicine. Newspaper columnists and new age gurus claim that the roots of many of our physical ailments lie in repressed experiences and emotions. Critics of biomedicine argue that a renewed engagement with the patient’s inner feelings is needed to humanise contemporary clinical practice. Government initiatives extend medicine’s remit beyond the maintenance of the population’s health to the achievement of ‘well-being’: the psychological state of the population is now used to benchmark the effectiveness and success of policies. These debates, in turn, have helped shape contemporary culture. Concepts of ‘stress’ and ‘psychosomatic illness’ have become part of every-day speech, allowing us to interpret physical disorders as a commentary on our personal troubles or adverse circumstances. Yet we still lack a clear historical account of how this psychological sensibility came to be established.Psychology and Medicine in Modern Britain will remedy this situation by demonstrating that there is nothing inevitable about the current connection between health, identity and personal history. It traces the changing conception of the psyche in Britain over the last two centuries and it demonstrates how these changes were rooted in transformed patterns of medical care. The shifts from private medicine through to National Insurance and the National Health Service fostered different kinds of relationship between doctor and patient and different understandings of psychological distress. Psychology and Medicine in Modern Britain examines these transformations and, in so doing, provides new critical insights into our modern sense of identity and changing notions of health that will be of great value to anyone interested in the modern history of British medicine.

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Gabrielle Giffords Pens Anti-Gun Column One Year After Senate Blocked Background Checks Bill

Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (R-Ariz.), who survived a 2011 mass shooting that killed six and wounded 13, marked the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Senate’s failure to expand gun control legislation with an opinion piece published in USA Today on Wednesday.

Giffords, saying she was disappointed in senators for voting for the “status quo” one year ago, wrote that there is still much to be done to reform gun laws.

A Senate minority last April blocked a bill that would have expanded background checks on firearms sales, while banning several models of semi-automatic weapons. The bill was introduced after a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Conn., left 28 people dead, including 20 children. Wrote Giffords:

We need a comprehensive approach: a surge in mental health services, mental health “first aid” programs to identify and intervene in problems before it’s too late, and a background check system that will stop the most dangerous among us from buying guns, by getting records in the system and closing the Internet and gun-show loopholes.

The many members of Congress who refuse to take action to make our communities safer surely hope the shameful lack of attention on the root causes of gun violence, and steps to prevent it, means that the call for action is fading, and we are giving up. Far from it.

Rather than continue to wait for Congress to pass measures to improve gun control, Giffords suggested Americans “change Congress one vote at a time.”

“In the absence of a Congress ready to act to reduce gun violence, we will keep working to create a different Congress,” she wrote.

“And come November, surely some of those politicians who were unwilling to stand up to the gun lobby a year ago will face the consequences at the ballot box. They will wish desperately that they had heeded the will of their constituents.”

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Moments Make a Life

It’s easy to put off starting a good habit, or to ignore the unsupportive habit that is already entrenched. Each of these decisions makes a huge difference over a lifetime. As author Annie Dillard says, “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Most of us have a choice as to how we spend some portion of the individual moments that make up a day, which eventually make up a life. The seemingly small things like going for a walk outside, taking a tiny step towards a worthwhile goal, lingering over a cup of coffee with your partner, or noticing the feel of sunshine on our face makes a difference. Cultivating positive habits one moment at a time creates a sustainable and nourishing pattern to life.

If you’re like me, trying to cultivate positive rituals and habits brings up resistance. We feel like it’s something we “should” do or “have” to do — like going to the gym or eating more fruits and veggies. I am a bit of a rebel. I avoid routines at all costs (especially the ones that I “should” do). I dread (and secretly fight) rituals that my mind tells me are good for me in the long run. I despise boredom (which I associate with rituals), and seeing another’s disciplined commitment to start and then instill an ongoing new habit day after day astounds and confounds me.

I fight with myself when I’m having difficulty sustaining a habit. The stern parent part of my brain tells me, “You should do this!” And the defiant teenager part yells back, “You can’t make me!”

The whole process of trying to instill a new, positive habit can be fraught with tension. Consider the following tips to ease the transition into a new positive habit that you’re finding difficult to sustain:

Notice the Good
Rick Hanson explains in Hardwiring Happiness that the brain is like Teflon for good experiences and Velcro for bad experiences. Evolution has made it easy for embedding neural pathways for the bad (our ancestors had to learn very quickly what was dangerous), while we have to work at creating neural groves for the good experiences. This is known as the “negativity bias.” If we are trying to start a new positive habit, it’s helpful to really pay attention, notice, and take time to savor those fleeting moments where the habit you’re working on is already a good experience. If exercise is a habit you’re working on, notice when physical movement of any sort feels good — a delicious stretch in the morning when you first awaken, laughing as you play with your children, or simply the ease of a walk from your car to the store. Savor these minor moments to help embed a positive neural pathway for the concept of exercise and daily physical movement.

Name It and Claim It
Self-perception theory says that we draw conclusions about ourselves in the same way we draw conclusions about others: by actually observing behavior and connecting it with a character trait. When we see someone running a marathon, we draw a conclusion that they are athletic. When we see ourselves sitting on the couch night after night, we draw the conclusion that we are not athletic and are out of shape, a couch potato, or some other uninspiring label. If you are trying to build a habit, name it while you are doing it. Rather than let a preconceived idea define what a habit “should” look like, name the moment of best approximation for you. If you want to create a habit of writing, mentally define yourself as a writer when you are writing, even if you aren’t writing well. If you want to create a habit of exercise, define yourself as a physically active person when you are walking. In the moment you’re expressing the behavior, name it and claim it to the greatest extent possible.

Mental Time Travel
An amazing ability of the human brain is to imagine the future. In one study, participants were asked, “Please try to imagine, in the most precise way, four positive events that could reasonably happen to you tomorrow. You can imagine all kinds of positive events — from simple everyday pleasures to very important positive events.” The results showed a significant increase of happiness for those imagining a positive future. Although this study did not look at imagining positive habits specifically, if a new habit is consistent with your values and aligned with your goals, imagining yourself doing it tomorrow is a good way to end the day today.

Consciously constructing positive habits — or a life, for that matter — is a dance between noticing what’s working now, imagining a brighter future, and taking tiny steps everyday, moment by moment, to move in the desired direction.
GPS for the Soul – The Huffington Post
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